Provided a building is built with a closed outer shell, it is generally and mainly the purpose to insulate the interior of this building from the changing climate conditions outside.
All outer wall designs known and used to this day, in conjunction with as effective as possible insulation, aim to reduce an undesirable temperature compensation between the interior and exterior of the building.
Besides high costs, there were and still are limitations regarding buildings physics and physiology.
A further basic improvement of thermally insulated wall designs using known material and alternative designs has obviously found constructional and economic limits up until now.
After many years research and development in innovative and optimized construction principles, the previous and general line of development was finally abandoned to found the ecological and economical product and term "® I S 0 M A X construction technology", researched and developed by the Luxemburg physicist and graduated engineer, Edmond D. KRECKÉ.
As a result of logical and consequential observation and evaluation of geothermal and climatic energy offers, the changing energy conditions in the outer shell of a building were coupled to these energy constants.
The valuable and realizable result - "® ISOMAX outer wall system component with permanent thermal barrier" (climate barrier) represents the highest level of technology.
The wall structure consists of a core area maintained at a constant temperature, which has high-quality, suitably-sized thermal insulation on both sides.
This "permanent thermal barrier" is innovative in all points of consideration when it comes to calculating the dimension of the outer wall.
The thermal barrier (climate barrier), with approx. + 8°C (winter time) to + 16°C (summer time) in the core of the wall, is created with the aid of the continuous flow of a ground tempered medium (approx. + 7°C to + 15°C) through the fitted polyethylene pipes. To calculate the heating and cooling requirements of a building, the " ®ISOMAX outer wall with thermal barrier" must thus be considered in two separate temperature levels.
The following particularities and advantages are clearly used when it comes to building physics and energy:
"Die empfohlenen Verlegungen der ®Isomax Dach/- Wand - Temperaturbarrieren I und II sowie der Dachsolar-/Wärmeabsorber. Die Wand-/ Dach-Temperaturbarrieren II können im Sommerbetrieb durch Thermostat –Umschaltung zu zusätzlichen Wand-/Dach- Solar-/ Wärmeabsorber weitere, optimale Energien gewinnen"!
ISOMAX Wand-/ Dach-Temperaturbarrieren II